1.Read pages 24-40 of The Eye of the Wolf e book on Active Learn.
2. Think about the relationship between the wolves and humans. The story is told from the wolves’ point of view. How does this influence our view of events?
3.Use the text to find evidence about what each wolf thinks about humans. How are their thoughts similar? How are they different? Consider the following ideas:
What do you infer from what Black Flame and Grey Cousin say?
What is Blue Wolf’s experience of humans?
How are Shiny Straw’s thoughts different from the others?
4. Complete the sheet, 'Humans, hunters' (allocated to you or see below) or write your own thought bubbles by filling in each wolf's opinion about humans using evidence from the text. Write the thoughts in first person, from the wolves' point of view.
5. Upload your work to Purple Mash.
Maths: After your lesson input, complete the next lesson from your Power Maths practice book. You can find the pages by clicking here. Mark your work with the answer sheet provided and upload your work to your folder on Purple Mash.
PE: It is so, so important to keep active whilst you are at home. I know this is difficult if you are self isolating but have a go at the workouts that Liam from the SHAPE partnership has put together for you. Send in your photos of you joining in- House points are up for grabs if you send one in, not to mention extra ones for wearing a silly hat like Liam, or your sports wear! Have fun and get moving!
Watch the work out videos below:
Follow along to this high energy video, bonus points for wearing a funky hat.
We've got Liam dressed up as his favorite tennis player, put your sports kit on and get moving with Liam.
PHSE: This week is Anti bullying week. I have set you two tasks on Purple Mash:
1. Make a list of things that make a good friend
2. Design an anti bullying page for the school website. I am looking for some really good ideas about how to stop bullying, what bullying is and any top tips and advice if you know of someone being bullied. I will choose the best one to actually post on our very own Barlow school website.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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